Time to Say Goodbye…

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Pearland man accused of trying to steal beer, barbecue pit from La Porte Kroger


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A Pearland man was charged with theft in Harris County after he allegedly stole beer and a barbecue pit from a Kroger in La Porte, police said in a Tuesday report.

On May 25 at about 11:30 p.m., La Porte police responded to the grocery store at 1300 Fairmont Parkway, police said.

Jason Michael Hay, 32, allegedly injured a Kroger employee while he stole the items, then escaped in his vehicle, the report states.

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Pearland PD Blotter 5/22 – 5/28/17

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Thompson Congratulates Pearland Regional Airport on $500,000 Grant

On Thursday, May 25, the Texas Transportation Commission approved a grant of approximately $500,000 for the Pearland Regional Airport. These funds will be used for planned airport improvements, including signage, fencing, safety, and security improvements.

“General aviation is a vital industry to our state’s economic growth,” Representative Ed Thompson (R-Pearland) said. “I’m so pleased that Pearland Regional Airport is being recognized for their contribution and being given the opportunity to expand their impact.”

“Providing this funding to the Pearland Regional Airport is key to supporting area aviation,” added Laura Ryan, Texas Transportation Commissioner. “This is a vibrant facility that plays an important economic role in the local community.”

Project costs will be funded through the Clover Acquisition Corporation and the Texas Department of Transportation’s Aviation Facilities Grant Program, which preserves and improves the state’s general aviation system.

Representative Ed Thompson is currently serving in his third term in the Texas House of Representatives and his district encompasses Pearland, Alvin, Manvel, Brookside Village, Hillcrest, Liverpool, and portions of Iowa Colony and Rosharon. He is the Vice Chairman of the House Committee on Environmental Regulation and serves as a member of the House Committee on Transportation.


18739940_10154867733702701_2015294104447178494_nPearland’s longest-serving Chief of Police, J.C. Doyle, is retiring after 38 years of service. Please join us for cake and punch reception on Wednesday May 31st 2017 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. Chief Doyle will be available to meet with well-wishers in the 2nd Floor Training Area of the Public Safety Building on the South/Courts side. The address is 2555 Cullen, Pearland, TX 77581. Stop by to say thanks and share stories as Chief Doyle begins his hard-earned retirement.

A lifetime Pearland resident, Chief Doyle joined the Pearland Police Department in 1979. After starting his career as a patrol and motorcycle officer, Chief Doyle served the citizens of Pearland as a detective, a patrol sergeant, lieutenant and later as the commander for a multi-agency Special Weapons and Tactics Team.

Chief Doyle served as Assistant Chief of Police under P.M. Hogg from 1994 until 1999. At the end of Chief Hogg’s tenure, Chief Doyle was appointed to succeed him. Chief Doyle has crafted numerous public safety and community outreach initiatives all with the dual-goals of reducing crime and keeping the Pearland community a safe place to live and work. We wish him an enjoyable and happy retirement.

May election day results: Pearland Mayor Tom Reid and Quentin Wiltz enter run-off, Moore re-elected, David Little wins, Dalia Kasseb and Woody Owens move to June run-off

While longtime Pearland Mayor Tom Reid had more than 50 percent of the vote during early voting, support for Quentin Wiltz poured in on election day, and both Reid and Wiltz will face a run-off election on June 10. Reid secured 48.85 percent of the vote and Wiltz earned 45.64 percent of the vote, according to the unofficial results posted by the Brazoria County Clerk’s Office. A third contender for mayor, Jimi Amos, received 5.51 percent of the vote.

Because no candidate secured more than 50 percent of the vote, Reid and Wiltz will enter a second round of voting called a run-off election.

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Pearland PD Bulletin 5/1 – 5/7/17

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